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Saturday's Coyotes Tracks - the end of #VeseyWatch

Jimmy Vesey heads to New York. Details in today's edition of the Tracks.

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Coyotes News

Arizona Coyotes COO Ari Segal confident for new season - Five For Howling
Ari Segal is not new to a non-traditional market in hockey. He made the Gulls thrive, but what about the Roadrunners and Coyotes?

Patrick Kudla Carries Huge Upside for Sun Devil Hockey in 17-18 - | Arizona State University Athletics
"A lot of times when you draft players in those rounds you might look for a safe pick that has a chance to play in the NHL, but I can find that type of player in free agency or in a trade. We're looking for big upside and we think Patrick Kudla has it."

Arizona Coyotes 21 under 21 - #18 - Erik Kallgren - Five For Howling
The first goaltender to make the list is a big Swede about to hit the big time back home.

News From Around the Hockey World

Rangers Land Jimmy Vesey - Blueshirt Banter
It’s official: the New York Rangers have signed the 2016 Hobey Baker winner and free agent forward Jimmy Vesey.

Blackhawks should turn attention to Jiri Hudler after missing out on Jimmy Vesey - Second City Hockey
The Hawks didn't land their Plan A, but veteran winger Jiri Hudler would be a nice alternative.

Older Maloney "cringes" at decisions made while serving as Islanders GM - Lighthouse Hockey
In a radio interview, former GM Don Maloney admits to regretting some of the moves he made in his time with the Islanders. Welcome to the club.

Sean Monahan Signs New Contract - Matchsticks and Gasoline
The Flames and Monahan have reached a deal.

Success for Eric Staal in Minnesota means just being good enough - Hockey Wilderness
With a cap friendly deal in his pocket, Eric Staal is looking to recapture some of his old magic in Minnesota.

The OHL address blindside hits and fighting in new rule changes - Pension Plan Puppets
Fighting, icing, and blindside hits are changing

The Final Howl

Zeitgeist: Jimmy Vesey to sign with NHL team that wins college "Snobs vs. Slobs" competition - Lighthouse Hockey